Wild House Shiraz

Appellation: Costal Region

Fermentation: Grapes for this wine were carefully hand-harvested and sorted mostly from the Paarl area. We added a small amount of Franschhoek fruit to the final blend to give it a bit of spice and‘edge’. Naturally fermented in stainless steel tanks, 50% of this blend then undergoes malolactic fermentation in 300 and 600L French oak barrels (10% new).

Plum and blackcurrant on the nose with hints of spice. Modest oak spice with soft ripe tannins, it has balanced juiciness and a lingering aftertaste with a twist of finesse.


Braai is the most obvious choice but this is a really versatile wine that works well with most meats, mushrooms dishes or just on its own.